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Events

 Exhibition curated by Nicola Ashmore: ‘Guernica Remakings’ at the National Poetry Library, 5th Floor, Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, London SE1 8XX; 11am-8pm Tuesday to Sunday.

17 August to 16 September CORK – Exhibition produced by the BCA’37UK Basque Children’s Association about the refugee children from northern Spain who found sanctuary in Britain during and after the Spanish Civil War; at Cork City Library, 57-61 Grand Parade, Cork T12 NT99.

 Exhibition by the BCA’37 Basque Children’s Association about the refugee children who came to Britain in 1937; organised in conjunction with the Museum of Childhood Ireland Project; Galway City Centre Library, St Augustine Street, Galway H91 R6WF; 2pm-5pm Monday, 11am-8pm T

Perth military book festival, 21-22 September 2019 at The Black Watch Castle & Museum, High Street, Perth, PH1 5HR. Includes a session on the Spanish Civil War with Daniel Gray and Proffessor Willy Maley, son of Brigadista James Maley.

Exhibition by the BCA’37 Basque Children’s Association about the refugee children who came to Britain in 1937; Working Class Movement Library, 51 Crescent, Salford M5 4WX; 1pm-5pm Wednesday to Fridays and 10am-4pm on the first Saturday of most months.

10.30am – 1.30 pm A conference taking place as part of theCool Cymru’ Weekend on 27th September.

Annual commemoration organised by Fife Trades Union Council at the Fife International Brigade memorial in Forth Avenue; further details to follow.

Talk: ‘Five Things You (Almost Certainly) Didn’t Know About the Spanish Civil War’ by novelist David Ebsworth for the Spanish Circle of North Wales at Abergele Golf Club, Tan-Y-Gopa Road, Abergele LL22 8DSf; begins at 8.30pm. Non Spanish Circle members who wish to attend should contact David Ebsworth:
davemccall@davidebsworth.org

The IBMT’s 2019 Annual General Meeting will be held on Saturday 5 October in London’s Marx Memorial Library. The AGM will be part of a weekend of activities in the capital, starting on Friday evening and including talks and films, plus a social event on Saturday evening and a guided radical history walk on Sunday morning.